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[Linux-cluster] LVS error: "bad load average"



Getting the following errors in the log file from the LVS:

May 17 12:57:58 biocsm nanny[7310]: bad load average returned: biocl1 
      up  13+02:00,     0 users,  load 2.00, 1.98, 1.90 biocl2     up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocl3        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 0.98, 0.96, 0.91 biocl4        up
13+02:12,     0 users,  load 2.00, 2.00, 1.91 biocl5        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocl6        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocsm        up 
13+22:08,     0 users,  load 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
May 17 12:57:58 biocsm nanny[7305]: bad load average returned: biocl1 
      up  13+02:00,     0 users,  load 2.00, 1.98, 1.90 biocl2     up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocl3        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 0.98, 0.96, 0.91 biocl4        up
13+02:12,     0 users,  load 2.00, 2.00, 1.91 biocl5        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocl6        up 
13+02:13,     0 users,  load 1.98, 1.96, 1.90 biocsm        up 
13+22:08,     0 users,  load 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

and so on... the /var/log/messages is literally flooded with these...

I've googled, I've search through the LVS & Piranha mail lists and
found that other people also had same problem, but I havn't found any
definitive answer.

Please help.

My lvs.cf is as following:

[root biocsm ha]# more lvs.cf
serial_no = 35
primary = 132.77.90.131
service = lvs
backup = 0.0.0.0
heartbeat = 1
heartbeat_port = 539
keepalive = 6
deadtime = 18
network = nat
nat_router = 192.168.1.30 eth1:1
debug_level = NONE
virtual HTTP {
     active = 1
     address = 132.77.90.131 eth0:1
     vip_nmask = 255.255.255.0
     port = 80
     send = "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n"
     expect = "HTTP"
     use_regex = 0
     load_monitor = ruptime
     scheduler = wlc
     protocol = tcp
     timeout = 6
     reentry = 15
     quiesce_server = 1
     server biocl1 {
         address = 192.168.1.31
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
     server biocl2 {
         address = 192.168.1.32
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
     server biocl3 {
         address = 192.168.1.33
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
     server biocl4 {
         address = 192.168.1.34
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
     server biocl5 {
         address = 192.168.1.35
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
     server biocl6 {
         address = 192.168.1.36
         active = 1
         weight = 1
     }
}


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Warm regards,
Michael Green


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